fruit of (one's) loins

(redirected from fruit of my loins)

fruit of (one's) loins

One's child or children; one's immediate or future descendant(s). As the baby-boomer generation ages, many are increasingly relying on the fruit of their loins for financial and medical support. Little could she know that, nearly two centuries later, the fruit of her loins would be in nearly every continent on the planet.
See also: fruit, loin, of
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
See also:
References in periodicals archive ?
And so, as the fruit of my loins prepared to meet his Streisand/ Barker/Halliwell I was terrified for him.
We'd be best to simply leave the strapping fruit of my loins, mouth agape, on some supermarket car park and race in and out of the store, stopping only to shovel items down his throat.
I called the fruit of my loins to an important meeting yesterday.
I'm very fond of it, especially when pushed into fetching the fruit of my loins from distant airports.
"I really envy you, dad," moaned the fruit of my loins, "having a well-paid job."
I've told the fruit of my loins (I feel sick), that unless they get damn good jobs, pretty damn quick, I'm going to go berserk with the loans and credit cards.
The mother's way: I am a 24-hour baby person, I live and breathe for this utterly dependent thing, this unique fruit of my loins; everything I do for him is perfectly timed and organised, utterly essential and completely satisfying.